Comments on Choosing the Right Dog Groomer

Get Adobe Flash player
User Avatar

Wil   Cagayan De Oro,

6/21/2013 12:06:14 PM

Keep your dog well nourish by keeping yourself clued up. Study about the signs and symptoms of many communal dog diseases. You can also choice up a few healing tips to help swiftly up the healing process. The pick of the stuff that is applicable to your pet.

Get Adobe Flash player

Eileen - 249708   Port Perry, ON

5/6/2013 4:05:44 AM

I am so glad I learned how to groom my own dog and it is great as I can do touch up at any time.

User Avatar

skiw9748   Hartford, AL

12/16/2012 7:27:00 PM

I got a good groomer !

User Avatar

Kat   Central, Florida

10/12/2012 4:20:03 PM

Xplorex Victoria, Washington, cause most groomers are not like that. Yes there are the ones and you can tell by the dogs reactions with the groomer. If your dog fights tooth and nail to not go to the person after it has been there a few times there may be a problem. Dogs are at their worse when the owner is present. A groomer can not groom with the owner there for the dog will try and go to them, and act out for the groomer. There are the exceptional dogs that are good, but 98% are not. You should get recommendations from other pet owners for a groomer. A vet only knows what the clients say. I am with You Dirty Dog above also! I am a Professional groomer for over 30 years!

ADS BY GOOGLE

User Avatar

You Dirty Dawg   New City, NY

10/11/2012 7:48:23 PM

As a professional groomer, the most intriguing question I get is "Do you like dogs?" If I didn't like dogs, why would I choose to spend 50+ hours a week with them.


I feel that if you can't trust your groomer to treat your dog well, do it yourself! If the owner is present during the grooming, the dog will most likely behave worse than if they are not present.


It is VERY important to hear from others about their dogs experiences at a specific groomer. Yes many dogs dislike certain aspects of the grooming process, and can show this in verbal ways, but this does NOT mean they are being mistreated or abused! Does a child sometimes cry at their first haircut? Do you think they are legitimately being hurt? I treat all my dog clients as I would any of my own four dogs.


Yes there are uncaring groomers, but since your dog can't tell you what happens behind those doors, the best way to choose a groomer, is by word of human
mouth!

I happen to be a mobile groomer. I have no cages, I come to your driveway, and I welcome my customers to peak in, but the best way I get new clients, is by recommendations from other satisfied pet
owners.

Good luck finding a groomer you like, but listen to you fellow dog owners before choosing
one.

The most important thing is that your dog is treated well, and he/she looks good!

User Avatar

Xplorex   Victoria, Washington

10/11/2012 3:59:49 PM

Funy that I receive your article just as I am writing one. But mine is to have people to be aware of the abuse of some groomers. I saw horrible things happening to those poor little dogs, you couldn't believe. These groomers are doing a good cut but what the little one endure when the door is closed behind the back of their pet-parents is a
nightmare.

So, yes, people could say that the cut is fantastic but the little dog can't talk, isn't it? The little dog can't
say.

So, my final advice to pet-parents is Stay with your dog during the grooming, or at least in a place where you can hear what is happening in the salon and if the groomer refuses to let you in or around and about... leave and search for another
one.

I tell you... it is not gossips, it is not "somebody told me"... it what I witnessed and it is
frightening.

I also had many american and canadian friends who had similar experiences so please, for the love of your furry babies, stay with them.

Get Adobe Flash player

Melian and Tiny   E, CA

9/28/2012 11:22:17 PM

I've got the best groomer right here at home!

1-8 of 8 PAGE:  1

Top Products

ADS BY GOOGLE